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Renal function is calculated by measuring Creatinine Clearance.

How it works: Kindly provide gender, weight, age and serum creatinine level to calculate an estimated creatinine clearance. The value of creatinine clearance provides an assessment of kidney function. Once obtained, this creatinine clearance value is used to determine the appropriate medication dosage, ensuring maximum effectiveness and patient safety.

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A Product of an Experienced General Physician

The Renal Dosage is an educational tool designed by an experienced physician, Dr. Safwan Sayyal in consultation with nephrologists to ascertain the appropriate medication dosage based on a patient's kidney function. This will help to eliminate dosing errors in individuals with renal impairment. Medication dosage errors can lead to negative consequences and suboptimal patient outcomes.

In patients with Renal Impairment, administering incorrect dosages can lead to adverse effects and toxicity. A heightened risk of adverse events is particularly prevalent among older individuals. This can be due to age-related decline in renal function or concurrent use of multiple medications for comorbid conditions.

Therefore, we offer a complimentary web-based and mobile app-based educational tool to determine the appropriate dosage of medication for different levels of kidney’s functional status.

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